Lois Louise Frazier, 80, of Bonners Ferry, Idaho, died March 16, 2022 at the Boundary County Restorium. Born January 11, 1942 in Princeton, Minnesota to John and Laurene Boehm, her family moved to Hope, Idaho in 1946 and then to Clark Fork, Idaho.
She was prom queen in high school, was elected girl state, and graduated first in 1960. She then attended Kinman Business University in Spokane, Washington, where she broke all speed records for typing and shorthand and earned her associate’s degree.
After graduating from Kinman, Lois worked for the University of Idaho’s Department of Agriculture, where she met her future husband, HC Studer. They married in late 1962 and eventually moved to Virginia and California while HC was in the Marine Corps and then moved to Canada for a few years.
Eventually, in 1970, the family settled on a farm in Bonners Ferry, Idaho. A mother of three, Lois worked in the Panhandle Health District and for Farm Bureau Insurance. She then worked as an assistant clerk at the City of Bonners Ferry, retiring after 17 years. Lois’ second husband was Bruce Frazier. After Bruce’s death, she retired and moved to Post Falls, where she met Del Knox and worked with the Kootenai County Elections. She eventually settled back at Bonners Ferry in the Restorium.
Lois was a member of the Lutheran Church, Pythian Sisters, Royal Neighbors and Beta Sigma Phi. She loved knitting, fishing, flowers/crafts and putting together puzzles.
Lois is survived by her children Lanore Riebli (Gary Crivello) of Sebastopol, California, Daren (Kim) Studer of Bonners Ferry, and Duane (Grace) Studer of Hauser, Idaho; Sister Shirley Whitaker; brother Don Boehm (Bonnie); six grandchildren and four step-grandchildren; and numerous great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Her parents, John and Laurene, preceded her in death; brother Alan; Sister Beverly; her second husband, Bruce Frazier; and son-in-law Steve Riebli.
A memorial service and memorial service will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday 26 March 2022 at Grandview Cemetery, Cemetery Road, Bonners Ferry. Family and friends are invited to a memorial service at the Boundary County Fairgrounds (Valley Event Center) food booth after the funeral service.